Rapid growth in our aged population has been accompanied by increasing concern about their problems. One of these brilliant may be the nagging problem of medical care: How can higher-than-average needs be financed for a group with lower -than-average financial resources? Medical care has become a matter of national concern in the United States-not because sickness and disease tend to be more prevalent but due to the very successes of modern medicine. Modern medical services aren't only far better, also, they are very much more costly compared to the best services available as recently as the early decades of this century. The medical profession will need to work out the future pattern of medical practice. Society all together, however, includes a proper nervous about the techniques of paying for medical services. The technique of spending money on care is of particular consequence for the aged. And he problem is in no way limited by low-income groups: Many middle class families with excess amount to anticipate free care could find themselves with inadequate to cover what they need.
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